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gravo

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I have made decisions that turned out to be wrong, and went back and did it another way, and still took less time than many who procrastinated over the original decision. Your brain is capable of handling 140, 000 million bits of information in one second, and if you take hours or days or weeks to reach a vital decision, you are short-circuiting your most valuable property.
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Italian

Verb

gravo

  1. first-person singular present tense of gravare

Latin

Etymology

From gravis (heavy).

Pronunciation

Verb

present active gravō, present infinitive gravāre, perfect active gravāvī, supine gravātum.
  1. I burden, weigh down, oppress.
  2. I make pregnant.
  3. I aggravate, make worse.

Inflection


Spanish

Verb

gravo (infinitive: gravar)

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of gravar.

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